WINCHESTER, Va. — Despite a two-round score of 148, Washington’s Ryan Mumaw was third in the medalist standings at the Bryan Gunter Invite played at two different golf courses in Frederick County .
Washington finished third as a team to Invite champion Loudoun Valley and runner-up Centreville. Jefferson was ninth in the team field.
Loudoun Valley’s Ian Hildebrand was the low medalist with a two-round total of 144. The Vikings won the team title with 625 strokes. Centreville’s Shaan Kologi had a two-round total of 146, good for second place and his team finished second overall with 633 strokes.
Washington was third in the team standings with 651 strokes.
Washington’s other individual scores had Robert Fleming (160), Jacob Shuff (172), Dylan Mumaw (173), Patrick Burgess (182), and Tyler Sigler (190).
Jefferson’s stroke total of 768 left it in ninth place in the 10-team tournament. Quentin Foust had Jefferson’s best score with a two-round total of 187. Bryce Lushbaugh finished with 193 strokes, Patrick Glenn was next with 195 and Sam Spenser had a two-day total of 213. Zach Johnston and Cody Lengyel both took 234 strokes for the two rounds.